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i agree wid u my frnd bt this is also true dat only a good guidance can help remove dis "PHYSICS PHOBIA"
dont u think so????????????


ur kind response against dis great menace is reqiured…………..


in this discussion i would like all the members to take part and give there views about saving tigers ……. what they think about this issue ??????

regards …………..

The tiger, one of the most magnificent animals in the world, is also one of the most endangered. these tigers are endangered because of the killing n pouching of the tigers.Of the eight original subspecies of tigers, three have become extinct within the last 60 years; and there are less than 50 South China tigers left on this planet — few, and possibly none, survive in the wild.
we really need to save them .

FiVe goLdEn rUlEs 4 H@pPiNe$$ ……………



happiness is something that cannot be taught , but it should be inherent in a person . to be happy people should be satisfied with whatever they have .


In the their is an organ called schemata where all the negative thoughts of a person culminate . don't let this thought to stay for long .


in India most people have a got a negative approach . we need to encourage positive psychology amongst teenagers . think positive to stay happy .


It is very important for teenagers to be taught the basics of teaching happiness to anyone. happiness should be taught in schools . there should be a positive psychology course . it is the process of encouraging students to think in a positive manner . this will help students to have a positive approach all day long .


Every1 should note that inner is more important than outer self . happiness can be taught in interactive sessions n workshops


but srishti what do you say about the Minister's who promote
to do corruption ??????????????


Money motivates everything . nowadays , success can be bought by money. whenever i hear people saying that the government is not doing anything for the poor , i totally disagree with them . if you seriously look at the policies of government , you will find that the government has launched so many schemes for the betterment of poor . but the reason why there is no change is because of corruption .
if the government spends 100 rupees on poor , then only one rupee reaches the poor . thatz the tragedy of the world . you might have heard about the bribe cases frequently , but does anyone even think why we give bribe .
people think that the one who take bribe is wrong , but those who promote this illegal activity are actually wrong . the only way to make this world corruption free is to be honest towards your work . no teachingz , no lectures , just set examples by doing it yourself .


$R!&HtI ###

physics !!! when i just think itz d terrible subject the theory part is easy to understand but the numericals are very difficult i simply cant understand why there is physics…………

Re: cce
kishmish babbarkishmish babbar 21 Jan 2010 12:16
in discussion new CBSE system / CEE system » cce

my mother also agrees wid d fact dat since we dont hav exams we dont study bt d thing is dat it would hav been better if we would hav exams


Re: cce by kishmish babbarkishmish babbar, 21 Jan 2010 12:16

i hope dat every body in this wprld must be at least 30% worried about their homeland……will our future generation be able to survive on this land if we continue 2 destroy it just 4 our comfort?????
but every problem has a solution but identification of the problem s d first step……..


Re: cce
shrishti gandhishrishti gandhi 21 Jan 2010 12:00
in discussion new CBSE system / CEE system » cce

i think cce is stressful………..

Re: cce by shrishti gandhishrishti gandhi, 21 Jan 2010 12:00

1. Never put water down the drain when there may be another use for it such as watering a plant or garden, or cleaning.
2. Verify that your home is leak-free, because many homes have hidden water leaks. Read your water meter before and after a two-hour period when no water is being used. If the meter does not read exactly the same, there is a leak.
3. Repair dripping taps by replacing washers. If your tap is dripping at the rate of one drop per second, you can expect to waste 2,700 gallons per year which will add to the cost of water and sewer utilities, or strain your septic system.
4. Check for toilet tank leaks by adding food colouring to the tank. If the toilet is leaking, colour will appear within 30 minutes. Check the toilet for worn out, corroded or bent parts. Most replacement parts are inexpensive, readily available and easily installed. (Flush as soon as test is done, since food colouring may stain tank.)
5. Avoid flushing the toilet unnecessarily. Dispose of tissues, insects and other such waste in the rubbish bin rather than the toilet.
6. Take shorter showers. Replace you showerhead with an ultra-low-flow version. Some units are available that allow you to cut off the flow without adjusting the water temperature knobs.
7. Use the minimum amount of water needed for a bath by closing the drain first and filling the bath only 1/3 full. Stopper bath before turning water. The initial burst of cold water can be warmed by adding hot water later.
8. Don't let water run while shaving or washing your face. Brush your teeth first while waiting for water to get hot, then wash or shave after filling the basin.
9. Retrofit all wasteful household taps by installing aerators with flow restrictors.
10. Operate automatic dishwashers and clothes washers only when they are fully loaded or properly set the water level for the size of load you are using.
11. When washing dishes by hand, fill one sink or basin with soapy water. Quickly rinse under a slow-moving stream from the tap.
12. Store drinking water in the refrigerator rather than letting the tap run every time you want a cool glass of water.
13. Do not use running water to thaw meat or other frozen foods. Defrost food overnight in the refrigerator or by using the defrost setting on your microwave.
14. Kitchen sink disposals require lots of water to operate properly. Start a compost pile as an alternate method of disposing food waste instead of using a garbage disposal. Garbage disposals also can add 50% to the volume of solids in a septic tank that can lead to malfunctions and maintenance problems.
15. Consider installing an instant water heater on your kitchen sink so you don't have to let the water run while it heats up. This will reduce heating costs for your household.
16. Insulate your water pipes. You'll get hot water faster plus avoid wasting water while it heats up.
17. Never install a water-to-air heat pump or air-conditioning system. Air-to-air models are just as efficient and do not waste water.
18. Install water softening systems only when necessary. Save water and salt by running the minimum amount of regenerations necessary to maintain water softness. Turn softeners off while on vacation.
19. Check your pump. If you have a well at your home, listen to see if the pump kicks on and off while the water is not in use. If it does, you have a leak.
20. When adjusting water temperatures, instead of turning water flow up, try turning it down. If the water is too hot or cold, turn the offender down rather than increasing water flow to balance the temperatures.
21. If the toilet flush handle frequently sticks in the flush position, letting water run constantly, replace or adjust it

Saving Water Outdoors

22. Don't over-water your lawn. As a general rule, lawns only need watering every 5 to 7 days in the summer and every 10 to 14 days in the winter. A hearty rain eliminates the need for watering for as long as two weeks.
23. Water lawns during the early morning hours when temperatures and wind speed are the lowest. This reduces losses from evaporation.
24. Don't water your street, driveway or sidewalk. Position your sprinklers so that your water lands on the lawn and shrubs … not the paved areas.
25. Install sprinklers that are the most water-efficient for each use. Micro and drip irrigation and soaker hoses are examples of water-efficient methods of irrigation.
26. Regularly check sprinkler systems and timing devices to be sure they are operating properly. It is now the law that "anyone who purchases and installs an automatic lawn sprinkler system MUST install a rain sensor device or switch which will override the irrigation cycle of the sprinkler system when adequate rainfall has occurred." To retrofit your existing system, contact an irrigation professional for more information.
27. Raise the lawn mower blade to at least three inches. A lawn cut higher encourages grass roots to grow deeper, shades the root system and holds soil moisture better than a closely-clipped lawn.
28. Avoid over-fertilising your lawn. The application of fertilisers increases the need for water. Apply fertilisers that contain slow-release, water-insoluble forms of nitrogen.
29. Mulch to retain moisture in the soil. Mulching also helps to control weeds that compete with pants for water.
30. Plant native and/or drought-tolerant grasses, ground covers, shrubs and trees. Once established, they do not need to be watered as frequently and they usually will survive a dry period without any watering. Group plans together based on similar water needs.
31. Do not hose down your driveway or sidewalk. Use a broom to clean leaves and other debris from these areas. Using a hose to clean a driveway can waste hundreds of gallons of water.
32. Outfit your hose with a shut-off nozzle that can be adjusted down to fine spray so that water flows only as needed. When finished, "Turn it Off" at the tap instead of at the nozzle to avoid leaks.
33. Use hose washers between spigots and water hoses to eliminate leaks.
34. Do not leave sprinklers or hoses unattended. Your garden hoses can pour out 600 gallons or more in only a few hours, so don't leave the sprinkler running all day. Use a kitchen timer to remind yourself to turn it off.
35. Check all hoses, connectors and spigots regularly.
36. Consider using a commercial car wash that recycles water. If you wash your own car, park on the grass to do so.
37. Avoid the installation of ornamental water features (such as fountains) unless the water is recycled. Locate where there are mineral losses due to evaporation and wind drift.
38. If you have a swimming pool, consider a new water-saving pool filter. A single backflushing with a traditional filter uses from 180 to 250 gallons or more of water.

General Water Saving Tips

39. Create an awareness of the need for water conservation among your children. Avoid the purchase of recreational water toys that require a constant stream of water.
40. Be aware of and follow all water conservation and water shortage rules and restrictions that may be in effect in your area.
41. Encourage your employer to promote water conservation at the workplace. Suggest that water conservation be put in the employee orientation manual and training program.
42. Patronise businesses that practice and promote water conservation.
43. Report all significant water losses (broken pipes, open hydrants, errant sprinklers, abandoned free-flowing wells, etc.) to the property owner, local authorities or your Water Management District.
44. Encourage your school system and local government to help develop and promote a water conservation ethic among children and adults.
45. Support projects that will lead to an increased use of reclaimed waste water for irrigation and other uses.
46. Support efforts and programs to create a concern for water conservation among tourists and visitors to our state. Make sure your visitors understand the need for, and benefits of, water conservation.
47. Encourage your friends and neighbours to be part of a water conscious community. Promote water conservation in community newsletters, on bulletin boards and by example.
48. Conserve water because it is the right thing to do. Don't waste water just because someone else is footing the bill such as when you are staying at a hotel.
49. Try to do one thing each day that will result in a savings of water. Don't worry if the savings is minimal. Every drop counts. And every person can make a difference. So tell your friends, neighbours and co-workers to "Turn it Off" and "Keep it Off".

Re: cce
deepali   GOYALdeepali GOYAL 19 Jan 2010 17:04
in discussion new CBSE system / CEE system » cce

my mother feels that cce has made the students reckless in studying
as they do not have any concern for their studies .

Re: cce by deepali   GOYALdeepali GOYAL, 19 Jan 2010 17:04

if computer checking is done for the students who wnted to have the old system of cbse board for 10th class then . what will happen ?????????????????

yes mansi i agree with you as i aslo feel that it is difficult .
actually i was told by my sisiter who is doing computer engineering
from delhi university that we should take physics in our practical life
which makes it easier to understand .

Some ancient Indian methods of water conservation

The Indus Valley Civilization, that flourished along the banks of the river Indus and other parts of western and northern India about 5,000 years ago, had one of the most sophisticated urban water supply and sewage systems in the world. The fact that the people were well acquainted with hygiene can be seen from the covered drains running beneath the streets of the ruins at both Mohenjodaro and Harappa. Another very good example is the well-planned city of Dholavira, on Khadir Bet, a low plateau in the Rann in Gujarat. One of the oldest water harvesting systems is found about 130 km from Pune along Naneghat in the Western Ghats. A large number of tanks were cut in the rocks to provide drinking water to tradesmen who used to travel along this ancient trade route. Each fort in the area had its own water harvesting and storage system in the form of rock-cut cisterns, ponds, tanks and wells that are still in use today. A large number of forts like Raigad had tanks that supplied water.
In ancient times, houses in parts of western Rajasthan were built so that each had a rooftop water harvesting system. Rainwater from these rooftops was directed into underground tanks. This system can be seen even today in all the forts, palaces and houses of the region.
Underground baked earthen pipes and tunnels to maintain the flow of water and to transport it to distant places, are still functional at Burhanpur in Madhya Pradesh, Golkunda and Bijapur in Karnataka, and Aurangabad in Maharashtra.

Re: SAVE WATER SAVE LIFE by deepali   GOYALdeepali GOYAL, 19 Jan 2010 16:52

What Causes Global Warming?

Scientists have spent decades figuring out what is causing global warming. They've looked at the natural cycles and events that are known to influence climate. But the amount and pattern of warming that's been measured can't be explained by these factors alone. The only way to explain the pattern is to include the effect of greenhouse gases (GHGs) emitted by humans.

To bring all this information together, the United Nations formed a group of scientists called the International Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC. The IPCC meets every few years to review the latest scientific findings and write a report summarizing all that is known about global warming. Each report represents a consensus, or agreement, among hundreds of leading scientists.

One of the first things scientists learned is that there are several greenhouse gases responsible for warming, and humans emit them in a variety of ways. Most come from the combustion of fossil fuels in cars, factories and electricity production. The gas responsible for the most warming is carbon dioxide, also called CO2. Other contributors include methane released from landfills and agriculture (especially from the digestive systems of grazing animals), nitrous oxide from fertilizers, gases used for refrigeration and industrial processes, and the loss of forests that would otherwise store CO2.

Different greenhouse gases have very different heat-trapping abilities. Some of them can even trap more heat than CO2. A molecule of methane produces more than 20 times the warming of a molecule of CO2. Nitrous oxide is 300 times more powerful than CO2. Other gases, such as chlorofluorocarbons (which have been banned in much of the world because they also degrade the ozone layer), have heat-trapping potential thousands of times greater than CO2. But because their concentrations are much lower than CO2, none of these gases adds as much warmth to the atmosphere as CO2 does.

In order to understand the effects of all the gases together, scientists tend to talk about all greenhouse gases in terms of the equivalent amount of CO2. Since 1990, yearly emissions have gone up by about 6 billion metric tons of "carbon dioxide equivalent" worldwide, more than a 20% increase.

guyz i have also created a page on global warming . plz have a look at it
i hope u ll like d search !!!!!!!!!!!

Re: global warming by shrishti gandhishrishti gandhi, 19 Jan 2010 14:35

reason to save water …………
Water is one of the world's most precious resources, and conserving water assures that everyone has enough. It allows people to be prepared in case of drought, and prepares us to meet the increasing demand for water that comes with an increasing population.

snis i think that its the right time to initiate the revoltion and if not now thn no other time will do………..


Re: global warming by kishmish babbarkishmish babbar, 12 Jan 2010 15:18
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